AASA Members – new publications

A wonderful list of recent works by AASA members:-

Borrowy, I., Justine Philip, M. Armiero, M. Mart and S. Muller (2021) ‘Toxins, Me and Everybody Else: On Science & Silence Collaborative Forum’, Journal of Environmental History, Oxford University Press.

Coleman, E., Rebecca Scollen, B. Batorowicz and D. Akenson (2021) ‘Artistic Freedom or Animal Cruelty? Contemporary Visual Art Practice That Involves Live and Deceased Animals’, Animals, 11, 812. https://doi.org/10.3390/ani11030812

Gelber, Katharine and Siobhan O’Sullivan (2021) “Cat got your tongue?  Free speech, democracy and Australia’s ‘ag-gag’ laws”, Australian Journal of Political Science, 56(1): 19-34.

Gildfind, Helen (2021) ‘In the Long Grass’ [flash fiction], Longleaf Review, https://longleafreview.com/hc-gildfind/

Kavesh, Muhammad A. (2021) ‘Sensuous entanglements: a critique of cockfighting conceived as a “cultural text”’, The Senses and Society, Online first [free copy available through this link] https://www.tandfonline.com/eprint/XXXNC85BVCGNWGZ52FAG/full?target=10.1080/17458927.2020.1858653

Markwell, Kevin (2021) ‘Why do we love koalas so much? Because they look like baby humans’, The Conversation, 18 February, https://theconversation.com/why-do-we-love-koalas-so-much-because-they-look-like-baby-humans-153619

Peart, R., C. Woodhouse, S. Schlaepfer,Deidre Koolen-Bourke and L. Taylor (2021) Caring for the Landscapes of Aotearoa New Zealand Synthesis Report, Environmental Defence Society, New Zealand.

McEwan, Alexandra (2021) “The Illegal Trade of Endangered Douc Langurs in Vietnam and Across its Borders”, Education for Nature Vietnam, 21 May, https://env4wildlife.org/2021/05/21/the-illegal-trade-of-endangered-douc-langurs-in-vietnam-and-across-its-borders/

Narayanan, Yamini (2021) ‘Animating caste: Visceral geographies of pigs, caste and violent nationalisms in Chennai city’, Urban Geography. DOI:10.1080/02723638.2021.1890954, https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/02723638.2021.1890954?journalCode=rurb20

Yerbury, Rachel, W.E. Boyd and B. Weiler (2021) ‘Encounters with wild, ecotour and captive marine mammals: what do they tell us about human wellbeing and environmental behaviour?’, Tourism in Marine Environments, 16(1).

Borrowy, I., Justine Philip, M. Armiero, M. Mart and S. Muller (2021) ‘Toxins, Me and Everybody Else: On Science & Silence Collaborative Forum’, Journal of Environmental History, Oxford University Press.

Coleman, E., Rebecca Scollen, B. Batorowicz and D. Akenson (2021) ‘Artistic Freedom or Animal Cruelty? Contemporary Visual Art Practice That Involves Live and Deceased Animals’, Animals, 11, 812. https://doi.org/10.3390/ani11030812

Gelber, Katharine and Siobhan O’Sullivan (2021) “Cat got your tongue?  Free speech, democracy and Australia’s ‘ag-gag’ laws”, Australian Journal of Political Science, 56(1): 19-34.

Gildfind, Helen (2021) ‘In the Long Grass’ [flash fiction], Longleaf Review, https://longleafreview.com/hc-gildfind/

Kavesh, Muhammad A. (2021) ‘Sensuous entanglements: a critique of cockfighting conceived as a “cultural text”’, The Senses and Society, Online first [free copy available through this link] https://www.tandfonline.com/eprint/XXXNC85BVCGNWGZ52FAG/full?target=10.1080/17458927.2020.1858653

Markwell, Kevin (2021) ‘Why do we love koalas so much? Because they look like baby humans’, The Conversation, 18 February, https://theconversation.com/why-do-we-love-koalas-so-much-because-they-look-like-baby-humans-153619

Peart, R., C. Woodhouse, S. Schlaepfer,Deidre Koolen-Bourke and L. Taylor (2021) Caring for the Landscapes of Aotearoa New Zealand Synthesis Report, Environmental Defence Society, New Zealand.

McEwan, Alexandra (2021) “The Illegal Trade of Endangered Douc Langurs in Vietnam and Across its Borders”, Education for Nature Vietnam, 21 May, https://env4wildlife.org/2021/05/21/the-illegal-trade-of-endangered-douc-langurs-in-vietnam-and-across-its-borders/

Narayanan, Yamini (2021) ‘Animating caste: Visceral geographies of pigs, caste and violent nationalisms in Chennai city’, Urban Geography. DOI:10.1080/02723638.2021.1890954, https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/02723638.2021.1890954?journalCode=rurb20

Yerbury, Rachel, W.E. Boyd and B. Weiler (2021) ‘Encounters with wild, ecotour and captive marine mammals: what do they tell us about human wellbeing and environmental behaviour?’, Tourism in Marine Environments, 16(1).